The stirring, or mixing, stick shown in the sketch deserves its name, as it will stir evenly all the way around. It consists of two flat sticks, one two-thirds the width of the other, which are nailed together as shown. The narrow one is only long enough to enter the depth of the liquid. - Contributed by Frank J. Rempe, Oakland, California.

A Flat Surface Strikes the Liquid No Matter Which Way the Stick is Moved

Ill: A Flat Surface Strikes the Liquid No Matter Which Way the Stick is Moved